A Four-Day Working Week For Ngā Taonga Sound And Vision Staff

Jan. 30, 2023, 12:59 p.m.

From February all Ngā Taonga Sound and Vision staff can work 32.5 hours per week, without having to take a pay cut says Deputy Chief Executive Paul Meredith in a radio interview with Te Hiku. This change will allow staff the extra day during the working week to focus on other commitments outside of their work.

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